Category Archives: Europe
Deutschland appears to be on path to a more renewable and affordable future A lot has been written about Germany’s energiewende or turnaround since Chancellor Angela Merkel’s government’s abrupt decision to phase out the country’s perfectly safe operating reactors by … Continue reading
In the latest issue of Energy Spectrum magazine Dr. Sioshansi has an article titled, “Can Denmark’s Remarkable Renewable Feat Be Duplicated?”. To read it, click here (PDF).
One less obstacle to what promises to be a massively expensive and risky undertaking This is a sample article from the November 2014 issue of EEnergy Informer. In early Oct 2014, the European Commission (EC) decided that the implicit subsidies, … Continue reading
Dr. Sioshansi has a new article on the Breaking Energy website. It is titled, “Finnish Nuke Far From Finished”. To read it, click here.
Which has done better, or worse, in their respective energy turnaround. This is a sample article from the July 2014 issue of EEnergy Informer. California and Germany may seem rather dissimilar in many respects. But when it comes to their … Continue reading
Dr. Sioshansi has an article in the latest edition of Energy Spectrum magazine. It is titled It is titled “State of retail electricity markets″. To read it, click here (PDF).
Dr. Sioshansi has an article on the Renew Economy website on how renewables can help with European energy security given current concerns about Russia. It is titled, “Renewables as security hedge against Putin and rising fuel costs”. To read it … Continue reading
Dr. Sioshansi has an article on European retail electricity prices on the EU Energy Policy blog. It is titled, “European Electricity Prices Rising”. To read it, click here.
Doctor Sioshansi has an article in the latest issue of Energy Spectrum magazine. It it titled, “Facing similar woes, Europe’s Big Seven follow similar script”. To read a PDF copy, click here.
What happens when the global market leader decides to micro-manage the market? This is a sample article from the July 2012 issue of EEnergy Informer. UK is generally credited to be among the earliest countries to successfully implement a functional … Continue reading